T for Tony Soprano, T for The Terminator, T for Thomas the Tank Engine. There are uncountable fictional characters created whose names start with T, and we may never be able to list them all, so for today, I will focus on the biggest fictional characters in history whose names start with T.
60. Tsunade Senju (Naruto)
Tsunade is a descendant of the Senju and Uzumaki Clan, one of Konohagakure’s Sannin, and famed as the world’s strongest kunoichi and its greatest medical-nin. She becomes the Fifth Hokage after the death of the Third Hokage.
59. Tenten (Naruto)
Tenten is a kunoichi from Konohagakure and a member of Team Guy. While initially wanting to be like the legendary Sannin Tsunade, she realized that she did not have the necessary chakra control to be a medical-nin.
58. Taiga Kagami (Kuroko No Basuke)
Taiga Kagami is the deuteragonist of the Kuroko no Basuke series as well as the ace and power forward of Seirin High. He is Tetsuya Kuroko’s basketball colleague and friend who is determined to defeat the Generation of Miracles and become the best in Japan.
57. Temari (Naruto)
Temari Nara is a former kunoichi of Sunagakure’s Kazekage clan. After marrying Shikamaru Nara, she becomes a member of the Nara clan and emigrates to Konohagakure, where she works as a kunoichi for the village.
56. Tsubaki Nakatsukasa (Soul Eater)
Tsubaki Nakatsukasa is a demon weapon partnered with Black Star hailing from the Nakatsukasa Clan, a special weapons clan who are direct descendants of demon weapons created by the mother of magic weapons, Arachne Gorgon.
55. Tiana (The Princess And The Frog)
Tiana is the protagonist of Disney‘s 2009 animated feature film, The Princess and the Frog. She is a gifted cook living in New Orleans during the Jazz Age, with dreams of opening a restaurant of her own.
54. Tia Dalma (Pirates Of The Caribbean)
Tia Dalma was a mysterious Caribbean soothsayer and a mystic who wields the power of voodoo-like magic.
53. Tatsumi (Akame Ga Kill)
Tatsumi is the main protagonist of Akame Ga Kill!. A young fighter who had set out along with two childhood friends to make a name for himself and earn money for his village, Tatsumi is a kindhearted person who wants everyone to live happily, but has no problem with becoming violent if his friends or his ideals are threatened.
52. Thingol (Lord Of The Rings)
Elu Thingol was an Elf of the Teleri during the First Age. He was the founder and first King of the northern Elven Kingdom of Doriath and was respected by all the Sindar of Beleriand, who considered him as High King of all the Sindar and the Lord of Beleriand.
51. Tauriel (The Hobbit)
Tauriel was a Wood-elf of Mirkwood, and captain of the Elven guard of Thranduil’s Woodland Realm. Tauriel is a non-canonical character; invented not by J.R.R. Tolkien, but for Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit film trilogy.
50. Taskmaster (Marvel Comics)
Antonia Dreykov is the daughter of General Dreykov, who can mimic the fighting techniques of other individuals.
49. T’challa (Marvel Comics)
T’Challa is the king of Wakanda, the secretive and highly advanced African nation, as well as the powerful warrior known as the Black Panther.
48. Three-Eyed Raven (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
The Three-Eyed Raven was the last greenseer, a human living among the last of the Children of the Forest beyond the Wall. His real name is unknown.
47. Thoros Of Myr (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Thoros, commonly known as Thoros of Myr, was a Red Priest of the Lord of Light and a noted warrior, fighting in the Greyjoy Rebellion. He was a leading member of the Brotherhood Without Banners and a good friend of the Brotherhood’s leader, Lord Beric Dondarrion.
46. Trystane Martell (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Prince Trystane Martell was the eldest son and heir to Prince Doran Martell. He was betrothed to Myrcella Baratheon.
45. Tyene Sand (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Tyene Sand was a bastard daughter of Prince Oberyn Martell and his paramour, Ellaria Sand, and one of the Sand Snakes.
44. Tommen Baratheon (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
King Tommen I Baratheon was the nineteenth ruler of the Seven Kingdoms, the third king of the Baratheon dynasty, and the younger brother of King Joffrey and Princess Myrcella.
43. Tormund Giantsbane (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Tormund, often called Tormund Giantsbane, is a renowned warrior and raider among the Free Folk and one of the key leaders behind Mance Rayder. Tormund respected Mance as the King-Beyond-the-Wall and suspected he was the man to lead them through the Long Night.
42. Talisa Maegyr (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Queen Talisa Stark was a healer on the battlefields of the Westerlands, where she met the King in the North, Robb Stark, fell in love with him, and eventually married him. She was killed at the Red Wedding.
41. Tywin Lannister (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Lord Tywin Lannister was the head of House Lannister, Lord of Casterly Rock, Warden of the West, Hand of the King for three different kings, and Protector of the Realm. He was the father of Cersei, Jaime, and Tyrion Lannister.
40. Tobirama Senju (Naruto)
Tobirama Senju was a member of the renowned Senju clan, who, together with his elder brother and the Uchiha clan, founded the first shinobi village: Konohagakure. After his brother’s death, he would earn the title of Second Hokage.
39. Totoro (My Neighbor Totoro)
Totoro is the title tetartagonist in Studio Ghibli’s film My Neighbor Totoro, as well as its sequel, Mei and the Kittenbus. He is the mascot of Studio Ghibli.
38. Thomas The Tank Engine (Thomas The Tank Engine)
Thomas is a blue tank engine who works on the North Western Railway and is the railway’s number 1 engine. When he first came to the Island of Sodor, Thomas worked as the station pilot at Knapford.
37. Turk (Scrubs)
Dr. Christopher Duncan Turk, MD, commonly known as simply Turk, is the Chief of Surgery at New Sacred Heart Hospital and is currently teaching courses at Winston University.
36. Tom Haverford (Parks And Recreation)
Thomas Montgomery “Tom” Haverford is a fictional character in the NBC comedy-drama Parks and Recreation. He is a sarcastic and underachieving government official for the city of Pawnee, portrayed by Aziz Ansari.
35. Toby Flenderson (The Office)
Toby H. Flenderson is a fictional character in The Office played by Paul Lieberstein. Prior to his termination in the series finale, he was the Human Resources Representative at the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin/Sabre.
34. Theon Greyjoy (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Theon Greyjoy was the youngest son of King Balon Greyjoy of the Iron Islands and the younger brother of Rodrik, Maron, and Yara Greyjoy.
33. Ted Mosby (How I Met Your Mother)
Theodore Evelyn “Ted” Mosby is one of the five main characters of How I Met Your Mother, portrayed by Josh Radnor.
32. Tara Knowles (Sons Of Anarchy)
Tara Grace Knowles-Teller was a doctor at St. Thomas Hospital, and the primary deuteragonist, on the FX original series Sons of Anarchy.
31. Treebeard (The Lord Of The Rings)
Treebeard, also known as Fangorn, was the oldest of the Ents left in Middle-earth, an ancient tree-like being who was a “shepherd of trees”.
30. Tinker Bell (Peter Pan)
Tinker Bell (also nicknamed Tink or Miss Bell) is the tritagonist of Disney’s 1953 animated feature film, Peter Pan. She is a sassy fairy, who serves as Peter Pan’s sidekick.
29. Tom Sawyer (The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer)
Tom Sawyer is an approximately 12-13-year-old boy that stars as the titular protagonist of the novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. His true blood relatives are deceased from unknown circumstances, and he is cared for by his Aunt Polly, along with Sid and their family feline.
28. Tyler Durden (Fight Club)
Tyler Durden is The Narrator’s split personality. He was created by the perfect storm of the Narrator’s insomnia-induced insanity and his frustration with a hollow life of wage slavery and consumerism.
27. Travis Bickle (Taxi Driver)
Travis Bickle is the protagonist of the 1976 crime/vigilante movie Taxi Driver. He was portrayed by Robert De Niro.
26. Tom Joad (Grapes Of Wrath)
Tom Joad is the main protagonist of John Steinbeck’s book The Grapes of Wrath. He is the second of six children of Ol’ Tom Joad and his wife.
25. Tony Montana (Scarface)
Antonio “Tony” Montana is the titular villainous main protagonist of the 1983 epic crime drama film Scarface, which is a loose remake of the 1932 film of the same name.
24. The Dude (The Big Lebowski)
Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski is the main protagonist of The Big Lebowski. The Dude is a single, unemployed man whose hobbies include smoking pot, drinking White Russians, and bowling.
23. The Tramp (Charlie Chaplin)
The Tramp (Charlot in several languages), also known as the Little Tramp, was English actor Charlie Chaplin’s most memorable on-screen character and an icon in world cinema during the era of silent film.
22. Trinity (The Matrix)
Trinity is a Zion operative, the first mate of the Nebuchadnezzar, and Neo’s lover. Like the series’ other principal characters, Trinity is a computer programmer and a hacker who has escaped from the Matrix, a sophisticated computer program in which most of the human race is imprisoned as virtual slaves.
21. Tin Man (The Wizard Of Oz)
Nick Chopper, the Tin Woodman, also known as the Tin Man or—mistakenly—the “Tin Woodsman,” is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum.
20. Thelma (Thelma And Louise)
Thelma Dickinson, Louse’s best friend, is a naive housewife who is treated without any respect at all by her brash and bullying husband Darryl, a car salesman. She doesn’t like her life very much and is excited about her road trip because it will be a change from the grind and monotony of her everyday life.
19. Tweety Bird (Looney Tunes)
Tweety, also known as Tweety Pie or Tweety Bird, is a yellow canary in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series. Tweety appeared in 46 cartoons in the Looney Tunes Golden Age.
18. Tetsuya Kuroko (Kuroko No Basuke)
Tetsuya Kuroko is the main protagonist of the manga, Kuroko no Basuke. He was the Phantom Sixth Player of the Generation of Miracles at Teikō Junior High and specializes in misdirection and passes.
17. Thorfinn (Vinland Saga)
Thorfinn, also nicknamed Karlsefni, is the main protagonist of the manga and anime, Vinland Saga. He is a former warrior of Askeladd’s band, and the son of Thors, the most famous Jomsviking warrior until his defection.
16. Tōshirō Hitsugaya (Bleach)
Tōshirō Hitsugaya is the captain of the 10th Division in the Gotei 13 and his lieutenant is Rangiku Matsumoto. He formerly served as the 3rd Seat of the 10th Division under Isshin Shiba.
15. Thanos (Marvel Comics)
Thanos is an extremely powerful Titan warlord who seeks out the Infinity Stones in order to wipe out half of all life in the universe to save it from overpopulation. He commanded three massive armies, the Chitauri, the Sakaarans, and the Outriders, as well as a small group of his most powerful lieutenants known as the Black Order.
14. Timon (The Lion King)
Timon is a major character in Disney’s 1994 animated feature film, The Lion King, and the protagonist of the 2004 film, The Lion King 1½. He is a wisecracking meerkat and the best friend of Pumbaa the warthog.
13. The Tooth Fairy (Legend And Myths)
The Tooth Fairy is a magical creature, a fairy, which is in charge of collecting old teeth in exchange for coins, which in America take the form of quarters.
12. Tarzan (Tarzan)
Tarzan is the titular protagonist of Disney’s 1999 animated feature film of the same name. Commonly known as the Ape Man, Tarzan was rescued and raised by a colony of apes after his parents were killed by the bloodthirsty Sabor.
11. Theoden (The Lord Of The Rings)
Théoden, son of Thengel and Morwen Steelsheen, was the seventeenth King of Rohan, last of the Second Line of the royal House of Eorl.
10. Tanjiro Kamado (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba)
Tanjiro Kamado is the protagonist of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. He is a Demon Slayer in the Demon Slayer Corps, who joined to find a remedy to turn his sister, Nezuko Kamado, back into a human.
9. Trafalgar D. Water Law (One Piece)
Trafalgar D. Water Law, more commonly known as just Trafalgar Law and by his epithet as the “Surgeon of Death”, is a pirate from North Blue and the captain and doctor of the Heart Pirates. He is one of twelve pirates who are referred to as the “Worst Generation”.
8. Thranduil (The Lord Of The Rings)
Thranduil, son of Oropher, was an Elven king who ruled over the Woodland Realm in the Third Age. Though inherently cautious, his army was key to victory in the Battle of Five Armies and he defended his realm against the forces of Sauron in the War of the Ring.
7. Thor (Marvel Comics)
Thor Odinson, is the son of Odin the All-Father and Jord, Elder Goddess and spirit of the Earth. He frequently stands alongside the Avengers in the defense of the people of Midgard (Earth).
6. Tyrion Lannister (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Lord Tyrion Lannister is the youngest child of Lord Tywin Lannister and younger brother of Cersei and Jaime Lannister. A dwarf, he uses his wit and intellect to overcome the prejudice he faces.
5. Terminator (Terminator)
The Cyberdyne Systems Series 800 Terminator, also known as T-800, is a type of Terminator mass-produced by Skynet. The T-800 Terminator was Skynet’s first cybernetic organism, with living tissue over a hyper alloy endoskeleton.
4. Tony Stark (Marvel Comics)
Tony Stark is a genius inventor and billionaire industrialist, who suits up in his armor of cutting-edge technology to become the superhero, Iron Man. The adopted son of weapons manufacturer Howard Stark, Tony inherited his family’s company at a young age following his parents’ death.
3. Thorin Oakenshield (The Lord Of The Rings)
Thorin II “Oakenshield”, eventually called King under the Mountain or Mountain King, was the son of Thráin II, the older brother of Frerin and Dís, the grandson of King Thrór, and the uncle of Fíli and Kíli.
2. Tony Soprano (The Sopranos)
Anthony “Tony” John Soprano, also known as Tony Soprano, is the De facto Boss of the DiMeo crime family. Tony has to juggle North Jersey’s most powerful criminal organization, keeping it functioning properly and keeping dissonance to a minimum. T
1. Tom (Tom And Jerry)
Thomas “Tom” Cat (originally known as Jasper Cat in Puss Gets the Boot) is a fictional character and one of the two protagonists in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s series of Tom and Jerry theatrical cartoon short films.